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Gallery of Exclusive Photos of Hurricane Maria Aftermath in Dominica
No wall of text this time around 🙂
Here’s a gallery of a few more stills I took in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria before being evacuated out of Dominica. I had no way to recharge the batteries, so I couldn’t go out snapping pics left and right. This is basically all I was able to get in 6 days there.
Thanks to everyone for support and encouragement in these difficult times. For those who missed it, here are the previous posts which contain a more detailed account of how I survived Category 5 Hurricane Maria in Dominica:
I’m sharing these pictures exclusively with you, the awesome readers of Best Gore. Enjoy:
For comparison purposes, this is what uninhabited hills of Dominica used to look like. Dominica used to be dubbed “The Nature Isle of the Caribbean“, thanks to its expansive and untouched rainforests, with 60% of the country’s landmass being primary rainforests protected by the government as national parks and forest reserves. So much for that: